Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 15, 1965 · Page 30
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 15, 1965
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"* 1 FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1965. Market's Rally Continues With Active Trading Obituaries Rotarians Hear Taconite Review Hurley Board Slates (Tax Review on Friday ' The Hurley Board of Review Rotary Program Cha i r m a n 1Q m unti] 4 Q m Donald 0. Wainio Donald O. Wainio, 56. of 109 Hamilton Street, Montreal, died Wednesday evening at the Vet- Waldeman Knoll introdu c e d erans Hospital in Iron Moun- Honorary Rotarian Victor Lem- tain He Had been hospitalized mer as the speaker at this NEW YORK .AP>-The stock for one week. week's meeting of the Ironwood market, rally continued early He was born Jan. 24. 1909. at this afternoon in fairly active Greenland, Mich., and came to tradiiv Ironwood as a child. He at- comte. by £.. W. Davis, ac- c]crk - s offlce Gafc of fractions to a point tended the local schools and claimed as the "Father of Tac- omce ' or so prevailed among key served in the U. S. Army in onite. Lemmer s writter restocks World War II in New Guinea view of this book appears in Airlines, utilities, nonferrous and the Philllpines in 1942. He the March 1965 issue of the metal'. Perospace issues, oils, was discharged from the .serv- Michigan Histoiy magazine rails buildine materials chemi- ice in 1945. Upon r e t u r r, i n g ' Taconite the word, was decals Sctronics! andf farm ml home he moved to Montreal fined to be the same given to a plemer.tF were on the upside. and was employed at the Mon- type of'hard rock containing t ine was open to the public all day today until 4 p.m. and will be Man Is Given Prison Terms BESSEMER — James Minier Jr., Ironwood Towns hip, was sentenced by Judge Robert R. Wright in Oogebic Co u n t y Circuit Court Wednesday to written"'application' °and"aiTap" sei 7 e Pf 1 ? 0 " \ erms °. n two charg- . i.umvvAm nnin ; mpnt wm ho se t These es involving issuance of f a 1 s e p reviewed S"^ and forgery, to which he With TB- S? P °L"IS ^ P ?": a i}?"L, ™" entered pleas of guilty when ar- open again Friday beginning at All persons wishing to confront must first fill out a Chamber of Commerce | Hospital Notes rx c L J ' GRAND VIEW. Admitted Dance Saturday i Wednesday: Mrs. Mabel Han- 1 A dance sponsored by the Iron-! S0 n, Park Falls Mrs Wayne wood Chamber of Commerce, inJTreder, 350 "E. Midland A v e., conjunction with the Hiawat h a! SU rgery; Jacob Rokola Hurley, Days Festival, will be held Sat-; Mrs. 'Joseph Zellnski Mercer, urday evening at the Ironwood, Mrs. Edward Gregory. 62 Gran- Memorial Building. Music will He St., Eli Mannmen, 233 E. Rps taiirant on be furnished by a Duluth group Pine St., Roman Ryskewecz, 234 and f estauia " 1 busi ness and dancing will be from 9:30 to! w . Aurora St., Matt Siir i 1 a .1 Street will leopen foi business 1 a.m. Route 2, Joseph Zigowski, 220 i Friday morning at 7 after being be obtained at the Hurley city 2 Men Draw Court Fines raigned in May, 1964. Sentence was passed by the court after proceedings in which Judge Wright revoKed orders for three years probation lie had granted to Minier, May 28, 1964. Probation was revoked on peti- Two Sheboygan. Wis., ' tion of State Probation Offi c e i men ! Theodore Groleau, substantiatec Motn'.'< were" razeed foTlowins Ireal Mine until it ceased opera- particles of iron ore. Similar were fined this week in iron, by evidence that Minier had a mixe'fi reDort on latest new- tions in 1962. He was a mem- deposits in Michigan are called county Court at Hurley on viola- violated certain provisions of the car sires Rubbers were un- ber of the Iron County Veterans "jaspilite." The name "taco- tions of the Wisconsin conserva- terms of probation. chanArt to lover of Foreign Wars, the Hurley nite" was first used by a Min- tion laws. : Minier was sentenced on tlw SeSeady toying was linked American Legion Post, the St. nesota geologist in 1892 Ricnard Reiss , paid flnes of S30 ; charge ? , comyirtag w tt. Mrs to the first wave of favorable Paul's Lutheran Church of Iron- The authoi. Dr. Davis, states and S25i respectively, on two K aren second-quarter earnings reports wood and served on the church that ^in^_M»chigan : _ Wiscpnsm, sepa rate charges. He was ci:eck amount a S15 and rxpectations of more come former Taimi Lehtinen on The trouble over Viet Nam 24. 1942. at Montreal. to council. He was married to the and Minnesota, there is the po- charged with unlawfully fishing'^ G °e£ bic N , ati £"l\S k ;,^ ' ' - ' - "une tential of a thousand years' sup- in w % consln wate rs without I ^^^S^^ A^nT ?Qfl? «nd ply of high grade iron ore pel- valid fisnlnK license and also et ' Ironwoocl - A R nl ^ 1964 - anc ?_.' •• TT.T __i .„_! .u _«.!,,. \diiu iibiuug license emu a i a \j n h n ,-crp n f fnro-no- thp name o seemed to be in the background. Surviving are his wife; two lets. He acknowledges that he W ith fishing from a motor driven M The Associated Press average sisters. Mrs Clayton Rowe does not "know so much about boat. The violations took place in mib ' of 60 s'ocks at noon was up 1.2 and Mrs. Joseph Sniffra. both the Michigan potentials." T — Lemat 3263 with industrials up 2.1. of Kenosha. mer mentioned the work being cnarged . rails up 2 and utilities up 7 Funeral services will be held done by the State of Michigan forging the name o Johnson to a check _ , ., . . . .. iui oi,u un che Gogebic Nationa the Town of Knight, it was, Bgnk ! James Minier Jr. On May 28 ,,.,,1 „,,» toed SB "Jones' industrial av- Saturday at 10:30 a.m at S t. to explore for minerals but esti- erage at noon was up 3.23 at Paul's Lutheran Church, the mated that adequate data may 886 1 6 Rev. O 1 i v e r A. Hallb e r g of- not be available for many years. A iumc of well over 2 by Du ficiating. Interment will be at Thomas A. Edison experiment- Font gave the industrial aver- Riverside Cemetery. ecl witn beneficiation of "vaaie- age a hearty boost Up about 2' The Ketola Funeral Home will less iron-bearing rock" in the were IBM and U S Gypsum. be open for visitation begin- Upper Peninsula in the On the American Stock Ex- ning at 4 Friday afternoon. The Dr. Davis guides the change prices were higher on remains will be taken to the through 43 years of resear ch b , fl d $25 f balance. Trading was moder- church as 9 Saturday moving, and through "thej building m the , j u ate where they may be viewed up 19oO s of the world s tirst sue- . . . t _ t Corporate bonds were mixed, until the time of the service. cessful commercial taconit- pro- £" £ " U.S. government bonds were un- ^± gD ™ d ^l etiz !. n l, P ^ n L^ BoV arrests were made changed. Peter Larson, also was fined : judge Wright delayed passi n g two separate violations, the sentence placing him on proba first, being in possession of a i tion for three years. Minier was sentenced Wednes day to serve terms of from two t 14 years in the Marquetti F&J Restaurant Reopens Friday The Frankie & Johnnie Bar S Suff o 1 It Chaperoning the dance will beiE. Ridge St., medical. Dr. and Mrs. D. Hooplngarner, j Discharged Wednesday: Mr. and Mrs. George Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ted George. In charge of the canteen will be Sgt. Rodger Lawson George H. Johnson, George Eddy, Mrs. Relno Hill. Bej a m 1 n closed for several months, the new owners, Mr and Mrs. Eugene Clemens announced today. The combination bar and res- Shymanski, Mrs Hannah Elll-jtaurant has undergone some re- n, Ironwood. I modeling since the business was DIVINE INFANT, Wakefield. purchased from its former 'own- The Hiawatha queen and her Admitted Wednesday: Charles court will be introduced at the dance. Perttu, Bruce Crossing, Richard McClellan, Cedar Lake, medical. er John Pietrocatelli on June 15.' Clemens said in an interview. PicnicSlated By Iron VFW f . m The Iron County Veterans ol, I II ill Mrs.: Plush red carpeting covers MaieTiisco; the floor in the bar room and Mrs. DuaneUhe walls in the restaurant have Jussila and son, tronwood. Foreign Wars Post of H u r ley will hold its 15th annual pic ni c Sunday at Schomberg Park, eight miles south of Hurley on highway US-51. been paneled. One complet el y new innovation in the restaurant is a salad bar which was just recently finished, located in the rear. Clemens said he expects about 15 persons to be employed and both the bar and restaurant will ; ologist J L. Patrick has *^^^S^%W 'SK*A^^ **» seven days 8 Appointment WHITE PINE -- District Ge-i invites allI PostT and auxiliary ald E - H °P kins as a staff g eol °-i invites ail post ana auxmaiy whitP Pin,- Cnnnpr Onm- members, their friends and the general public to attend the event. Activities will begin at noon and continue until late in the evening. Entertainment and other activties designed to ap- gist at White Pine Copper Company. His present duties consist of mining and exploration geology in the White Pine mine area,, Hopkins received bachelor of arts and master of arts and geology degrees from the Univer- tion. ! branch of the State Prison on He was also charged with fish-1 each charge, the sentences t from a motor driven boat run concurrently, with the rec of- ommendation that his maximum also term on each charge be two of! years. . *t \.^« «* tu« iu &j UCKICCO iiui:i tin umvci- peal to all members of the, ^ Qf Mis(jouri wh ne w later Serving and continue through mldni g h t, he stated. Isvorski Infant BESSEMER - Bernadine Ma- D 7. Davis^anYTiis'"staff/ : Irie, infant daughter of Mr. and Tne Rev Oliver H allberg in- ft KailSS Chosen Mrs. George Isvorski, T i d e n, troduced as his guest, Represen- r ~ T • jHill, died yesterday morning at tative( Niilo Kosola of Lapau, t OI LarGfVCm 1 Tip 'the Grand View Hospital where Fin i andi a member of the Fin- EWEN — Richard Kauss, by Stock Market NOON QUOTATIONS XTITHI v^v ,A-m imiin«,in,r • ^vesicie services vvei-e neiu ir the Parliament, and conserva- Fellowship members sele c t e dl ?""«'""" " M «V"«'" seasons' match racks 125 mues west n °F inweiS ,i NEW YORK (AP)—Following a t milcrest Cemetery today, ti f 14 ' Hi nrofes _ ^0111 the Uoner P e n i n s ula landsca P e - Mais seasons matcn 35 tons of bombs were dropped o oalonfori lict nf ctnnl.- tl-on. „* n ^ ,„ ~ffi/,iof=H h,, tho Do,, ;l - lve ' Iul 14 yLctib. nib (J1U1CS I 1 0 1T1 IDS Uppei ±- e II I II & Ulrt, | pnrth ,_ i .... _,,_._ ,j ,., „ „,„«. ..„ ^ s s ^s,g e r2 n ^ s ?^ : Sf^^i'lS ^^~^.s^.^.^r»sffij«£,-«rss. s^rs H'8 U 1-8 67'/4 3614 U i* SlVis U Viz 35" 8 U 1.4 41.4 21VZ U 1/4 67 46 ; is U Va 76% U V4 591 s 525,8 37',2 D Is '/2 U '/8 IJQ TT | / homP 'or two weeks Sffiter AugS" 5 Isaac Koskinen ! Isaac Koskinen, 82. of I r o n - have three children. The oldest will continue until July 23 and ana i ys j s O f data will be neces- wood Township, died Wednes-. daughter is a dentist, one daugh- includes stops at Canada, Nia-i sarv Before it can be deter- how thick the atmos- v TT TI held is a selected list of stock tran-l a t 9 a.m. officiated by the Rev. sactions on the New York Stock: c. J. Franczek. Exchange at midday with netj in addition to her parents, she change from previous close. | is survived by three brothers Allied Ch Am Oan Am Mot Am Tel & Tel Armour Bait & Oh Beth Steel Briggs Mf Calum H Ches & Ohio Chrysler Cities Service Consumers Pw Cont Car. Coppet Hng Det Ed! son Dow Chem du Pont East Kod Ford Mot Gen F'is Gen Motors Gillette Goodrich Goodyear Hamm Pap Inland Stl Int BUP Mch Int Nick Int Tel & Tel Johns Man Kimb Clk LOF Glass Ligg & My Mack Trk Mont Ward NY Central Penney, JC PA RR Pfizer Repub Stl Sears Roeb Std Brand Std Oil Ind Std Oil NJ Stauff Ch Un Carbide US Steei Wn Un Tel P"« a ™ent. vice-speaker one of the two Methodist Youth Scientists Continued! from Pare One and a half in diameter, scientists said. The camera was trig- ion during a 4,from north to be served by aux- an^refresh- tmu icn ments will be available. Traczvk asks post members to report at the VFW Hall in Hurley at 9 Sunday morning to help transport needed equipment to the park. Guerrillas Continued from Page ont co-captain of the football team. A native of Lee's Summit, Missouri, he worked previously for the Gulf Research and Development Company and for the Gulf Oil Corporation, servi n g in both Turkey and Niger i a before returning to Missouri for review courses in economic geology. He spent the summer of 1964 in central Alaska assisting in a geologic mapping proj- ject. Hopkins is single and a Marine tne Son La arm y, bar : Corps veteran. He resides in Mars' summertime racks 125 miles west northwest. ^Nte Fine"." agronomist with a degree tMarquette District) for the from Helsinki University He is troit Methodist Conference in Iron- Saari's. two- ! earth i AS Mariner disappeared, around the' whitecapped south polar * been reduced to rub . anri T nVpttn « or BPwrn r r cousins. Four years ago. Kosola Southfield; with counselors the; £•"•"."" tn e Martian atraos- toaayi „ , u ;«, f -^° ^M?s e Sr[c 1 L < buS 1 FlmV M™^™**™*** Rev ; and Mrs. Archie R i c ^ : SSe.^c^gT'could^Sl^r STJS SS^ Finnish Parlimanet on invita- Detroit: the Rev. and M r s "on of our government. T he y Calvin Blue. Crosswell and. the waves. Scientists said this prove d , toured various cities and indus- Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Janka, Mars nas some atmosphere tries, covering a cross-section Troy. something long believed by The trip started July 11 and ea rthbound experts. A detailed over; South Viet Nam and claimed an Cong guerrillas. 65 Licenses to Wed New Officers WASHINGTON (AP)—Barney W. Collins of Mexico City is the new imperial potentate of the Shriners, the organization devoted to having fun and sup- for crippled bulging with porting hospitals children. Washington is ! day 'evening at the Grand View ter is a nurse, and a son is in gara Falls, the World's Fair, i Hospital. He had been a patient the Finnish army. They have Boston, Washington. D. C., Get-; ^^ i-"jp L sDokesnien said" HIPI-P fnr t,wn wepks. two amnHnwiHrpn '.ysbuig and other points along j * Mariner 4 wa s launched from Cape Kennedy, Fla., last Nov. 28. It has traveled 325 million miles in its 228-day curving voyage to the photographic ren- ! there for two weeks. two grandchildren. i The deceased was born at Lapua's Rotary Club has 41 the East Coast. j Pomarko, Turun JaPorin Laani, members. The city has 17,000 Richard, who will be U 1 571/B D % 51 U Vs 44 U 1/2 44 D U 471V4 U 1 83% U 3/4 54 56% . 50 U i/s 55«/8 D 1,8 a sen- Finland, Aug. 12. 1882. He came population. This is actually the ior in the fall, is president of to the United States and to this agricultural belt of Finl and, the Ewen MYF, an usher in the ., area many years ago, settling farming is the main occupation, church, manager of the E w e n u vs in Ironwood Township, where Trie Rotary meetings at Lapua Little League baseball team and he had been engaged in farm- are liejd Monday evening at 5 is on the high school basketball ing. Mr. Koskinen had been a p . m . Kosola was the first secre- team. He was a guest at t h e '* '- resident of Ironwood Towns h i p tary of his club ]5 years ago De troit Methodist Conf ere nee for more than 65 years He was otner Rota ri an visitors at the this spring. He is a grandson of _»Jl?L v»»„„»'!„ mu!f «°5" meeting were from the Lower Mrs. Hugo Sommer and plans Briefly Told There will be a meeting of the 's Club at 7:30 Sun- 353/8 U 3-8 mer Elizabeth Daarala The cou- peninsula. Southern Wisconsin, to attend Michigan Tech, £,™ evemne a , . pie returned to Finland for a and the Central states T h e s e Houghton, after graduation from* g amm ™i"center while and then came back o the' men have been repeat summer RiBchard left heere July 9 for , Community Center. •November 1954 he was visitors to the Ironwood Rotary an overnight stop at Munishingi to the former Aliina Club for Risku. She died last Jan. 8. He was a member of the Lutheran Church. Surviving him are six at the HlmbaU The Blue Knights bugle line with the Rev. James Ritch i e , i will , prac tice tonight at 7 at the firmed up lormerly pastor of tne w a K e-, Legion club rooms. of a Rotary popcorn wagon to Churches. He left Munisi n g i The Ironwood High School assist in earning funds for oper- Saturday and the caravan left | Band will practice tonight at 1 ters Mrs Max Hall of Wauke' ation of the . Southfield July 11. Tama r a a t the high school. Members are ?9ai n IA ean' 111 • Mrs Herman Menisoz Mount zion Public use area. Pabst, Munising, is the other asked to use the West Pab s t •j£i ,o i-* /o \ a ' • t • o _ T)r "Panl T ioVioi*fViol urill Kr» TT f-» «.. o* j. - — A — » (t I of Ontonagon. ^rs E\,e7=' °r Paul Uebert^l will be u. P. caravaner. 68 U % 39% D Vs 57 D V4 gas of Ironwood; Mrs. Sam Mrd- . tne Program chairman for next ; jenovich and Mrs David R. An-; weeKs meeting. Street entrance. A license for marriage has 1 some 100,000 red-fezzed ncoles been filed at the office of the Iron County clerk by Susan June Brecke, Hurley and Alan Wayne Kalla, Ironwood. Applications for marriage licenses have been made at the office of the Gogebic Cou n t y clerk by the following: Dennis G. Eifolla, Ironwood, and Christine Ann Kruzan, Montreal. Jerome Philip Davidson, Waukegan, and Susan Mary Saber, ! Ramsay. j Robert W. Tetzlaff, Waus a u, and Arlene Joyce Seppa, Wakefield. Richard F. Hofman and Donna Marie Bennett, Minneapolis. Births Sailer. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sailer, Marenisco', a son, July 14 at Divine Infant Hosp i t a 1, Wakefield. and their families, fn between having big parades on Pennsylvania Avenue, roller skating on the sidewalks and driving steam calliopes around town, they paused to elect their new officers Wednesday. Stop at Honolulu HONOLULU (AP) — Defense Lodge stopped at Honolulu to- en route to South Viet Nam. Stevenson Continued from Page One Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon said that "in the graceful eloquence of his public statements he had no peers and very few equals." Correspondent Eric Sevareid of the Columbia Broadcasting System said Stevenson told him Monday night he wanted to resign from his U.N. post. In a broadcast from London, Sevar- eid said Stevenson told him, "for a while I would just like to sit in the shade with a glass of wine in my hands and watch people dance." The ambassador said he planned to return to law practice in New York and Chicago but he wasn't sure how or when to tell Johnson he wanted to quit, Sevareid said. Stevenson had stopped off in London en route home from a Geneva meeting of the U.N. Economic and Social Council. His stay attracted little attention, but there were indications that he was conferring on a possible new Western initiative on disarmament linked to the surprise Soviet agreement to resume arms talks in Geneva. On Monday night, he appeared in a brief television interview to defend U.S. policy in Viet Nam. Just before he died he taped a radio interview at the embassy in which he said he had been under pressure from many sources to break with Johnson over Viet Nam. He said he had refused and again defended U.S policy in Viet Nam. USE DAILY ULOBb: WANT-ADS 68Vs D i/s 79% D 1,2 48Vii U i/s 78% U % 44'/i> D % 59% 47% U 1/2 39 5 /s U Vii CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA)— Hogs 4,500; butchers steady to weak: 1-2 190-225' Ib 25.25-25 75; mixed 1-3 190-250 Ibs 24.75-25.50; 2-3 240-280 Ibs 24.25-24.75; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 21.50-22.00; 400-1 Funerals derson of Ironwood; Mrs. Bruce; Nelson of Gurnee, 111.; two! sons, Uno M. Koski of Nevada! City, Calif.; Nels Koski; 24: grandchildreen and 13 great • " grandchildren. MRS. AXEL JOHNSON Funeral arrangements have WAKEFIELD — Funeral serv- not been completed, according to ! ices for Mrs. Axel Johnson, 89, j the McKevitt-Kershner Funeral ' Cobina, Calif., who died July 1,, Home. I were held at the Black man ! Mortuary with the Rtv. Ed- Michnel Gnirh ' ward Smith officiating. .inter-, ™ IC "°tL:f° IC " , . „ . „ ;ment was at Milwaukee , WAKEFIELD-Michae! Gaich, Mrs . Johnsorii R former resi .l 73, Verona Location, csed Wed- de nt of Wakefield. was born May ! nesday at 5:45 p.m. at the Di-i 5 i 876 in Sweden I vine Infant Hospital, where he surviving are two riaught e r s was admitted Monday night, j Mrs . Wa it er Anderson 1426 E' CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Mercantile Exchange — Butter steady; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 58%; 92 A 58%: 90 B 57%; 89 C 57; cars 90 B 58y s ; 89 C 58. Eggs, tops firm; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 higher; 70 per cent or better Grade A whites 31; mixed 31; - He was born April 1",. 1892 in| Sharnwood~St""we"sT"cobTn a' ' 450 Ibs 20.50-21.50; 2-3 450-500 Ibs Yugoslavia and cime to the; C alir with whom Mrs J oh n ' ! 19.50 - 20.50; 500-6 Ibs 18.75- ------ ~— — =- — —..,=-_ ^"•. "un wnum MJS j o n n- 19.75; boars 14.5-16.00. Cattle 500; calves none; not enough slaughter steers for market test; few scattered lots choice 1,000-1,150 Ib 25.00-26.25; mixed good and choice 900-1,050 Ibs 24.50-25.00. __ r. , —, , . ,«-« . i ,. : vMiii. , *v inj WUUHJ 1VIJO JUJ111- United States in 1910. settling, son has made her hom fl: first at Joliet, 111. He lived in l Mrs . Rutn K orenke West Allis, the Duluth andiron Range area (Wls . ; four granddaughters and until coming to this area m 1920.: f ive great-grandchildren He was employed at the Ply-| M r. Johnson died in Milwau- 1 mouth Mine until 1943 | kee two years ago and a daugh-' The deceased is survived by ter. Grace, also died while the ; several cousins m Chicago and; fam jiy resided in Milwaukee i Hammond, Ind. Lakeside Memorial Chapel EDWARD OLLILA will open Friday at 7 p.m. and MASS _ Funeral services for funeral services a-e se« for 2 Ec i warcl oilila. principal of the p.m. Saturday at the chap e 1 Mass Hlgh Sch , , k , !SS 2 e o? e X-^^LS^^'last Thursday afternoon at 2:301 Ghe ° r ,? e , ?£ rbl «" hodox Church Duluth, of ftciat- at the Cemeto? A ' Evangelical 8e11 mediums 26'/a; standards dirties unquoted; checks 27; THE WEATHER TEMPERATURES IX lEONWOPD Thursday, Juljr 15, IIMia. For 24 hr. period ending at 12 noon. 2 p.m. 68 10 p.m 60 6 a.m 51 Barometer: e a .m29.88;Noon 29.83 Motor Cycle Rider church with the Rev. A. Lepisto officiating. Burial I was at Maple Grove Cemetery, Greenland. Pallbearers were Lawr e n c e rL^.««J ;„ U;<.U«~ | Spitz, Bruno Leimantine, Sulo, Charged in MlSnap Wepsala, Miles' Plutchak. Au- WAK3FIELD — Douglas Pe- Bust Huotari and Ernest Toivo- cotte. 17, Ontonagon, was; nen. charged with improper passing Out of town relatives and by Michigan state police follow- iriends attending included Mr. ing an accident on Highway M- and Mrs. Waino Kokko and Miss 107 in the Porcupine Mount a i n , Ellen Makela of Detroit, Mrs. State Park last Friday, it has'Homer Kristo, daughter, Jane, : been reported. and Mrs. Kenneth Kristo of 4 p.m 67:Midmgnt 57 8 a.m 56 Pecotte sustained facial lacer- L'Anse, Mr. and Mrs. John Tere p.m. 66| 2 a.m 53;io a.m. es a ti 0 ns and severe cuts and is, vo-of Calumet, Mrs. Arthur Saa-' _8 p.m 64 4 a.m.__50 Noon -,- 75 j being , reated at Ontonagon Me . | tio' Of HailCOCk. Mrs. Minnie | morial Hospital, according to au- Mattson of Chassell, Mrs. Nor- RANGE SKIES Sunset today 8:50, Sunrise, tomorrow 5:22. Moonrise tonight 10:28 p.m. Last quarter July 21. The planet, Jupiter, in the east, is now the last "star" to fade out before sunrise. The brilliance of Jupiter will more than double in the next five months. thorities. Officers said Pecotte, who was riding a motor cycle, was trying to pass a car when he went off onto the shoulder of the road and the motor cycle flipped over. He w'll appear before Judge man Penegor of Eugene, Ore.;' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morovich of Garden City; Mrs. James Johnson of Alberta; Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Liimantainen and Mr. and Mrs. Sulo Wepsala of ishpe- ming; Mrs. Pearl Barta n e n, Stanley Fischer on the charge, Donald and Ernest Lassila of police s?id. i Dollar Bay. Albert's Hiawatha Festival Specials! ALL MEN'S Bathing Trunks 20% DISCOUNT Large Group Women's Summer Shoes $3 _ $4 MBSassgsgjSSfe^tgiMB"^"- 1 * Buys STOREWIDE DISCOUNT MEN'S with exception of Sale Priced Items, Ball-Band, Goodrich Mining Boots, Jockey Lee Work Clothes STRAW HATS 20% DISCOUNT ALL MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT Suits & Spts. Coats 20% Buys DISCOUNT LARGE GROUP MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS 2 39 -3 19 formerly valued to 3.95 Albert' ENNA JETTICKS JULY CLEARANCE CONTINUES H 7.97-8.97 • Other Enno Jetticks 6.97 Clothing & Shoes-Ironwood Gift House Stamps With Cash Purchases-932-3820 For the "Hiawatha Festival" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY • Desert Flower Lotion 4*00 2.00 •Tussy Deodorant Cream * e w 50c Roll On or Stick • 300 Aspirin v l5C ta ! 79c • 100 Aytinal Capsules With Minerals-Get 100 Free • 100 Super Aytnal Get 100 Free . 3.75 5.98 TOO miligrams 69« 250 milligrams 99« carton of 8 press 5 . . Reg. 69c for 49c 49c 70c 79c • Ora-Ton Toothbrush • Flashbulbs • Tek Toothbrushes • Lectric Shave 13 tr Get 49c Aqua Velva Free • Elastic Stockings Slightly irregular, reg. 9.95 •Tussy Summer Colognes •Aero Shave 69c Get Vaseline Hair Cream Free 2.95 1.00 Listerine Tooth Paste 2 Gel 50c Pock?tboolc Free Iar8e tubes TRIER'S In Downtown Ironwood AGENCY DRUG S10RE ' x5&J&! ' «,' ' '-. <"^ A<i

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